Suspended, porous cellulose acetate membranes for microdialysis use

George Lopez Subrebost and Gary K. Fedder
Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Micro Total Analysis System (mTAS 2004), Malmo, Sweden, September, 2004.


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Abstract
Porous cellulose acetate membranes were suspended over 75 micron wide silicon microchannels. The microchannels are formed when a viscous polymer lacquer is directly spin cast onto etched silicon cavities (Fig. 1). Standard fabrication processes are used to create the channel, preventing the need for adhesives, substrate bonding, or other complex assembly procedures. These microchannels can allow the isolation and concentration of specific biological molecules.

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Text Reference
George Lopez Subrebost and Gary K. Fedder, "Suspended, porous cellulose acetate membranes for microdialysis use," Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Micro Total Analysis System (mTAS 2004), Malmo, Sweden, September, 2004.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Subrebost_2004_4776,
   author = "George Lopez Subrebost and Gary K Fedder",
   title = "Suspended, porous cellulose acetate membranes for microdialysis use",
   booktitle = "Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Micro Total Analysis System (mTAS 2004), Malmo, Sweden",
   month = "September",
   year = "2004",
}